Coverage Of The 2014 Best Of Breed Conference
Speaking to elite solution providers at the 2014 BoB Conference, HP CEO Meg Whitman said partners will be able to make more money with HP as a result of the split of the company into two separate publicly traded Fortune 50 companies.
Exclusive Interview: Meg Whitman On HP's Split, Software-Defined Data Centers And Forthcoming Technology Advances
In a live on-stage interview at the Best of Breed Conference, HP CEO Meg Whitman fields questions on HP's future as two entities, how the two companies will play together in the market and her strategy for keeping HP innovation alive and kicking.
Michael Dell has a message for Hewlett Packard as the company splits apart into two separate companies: Dell is going on the attack, playing offense as HP grapples with the chaos of breaking apart.
Michael Dell fielded some tough questions from Channel Company CEO Robert Faletra during the opening session of the 2014 Best of Breed conference. Here's what Dell had to say on HP's split, Carl Icahn, and everything in between.
Dell founder and CEO Michael Dell made no bones about what he thinks of activist investor Carl Icahn who attempted to stop Dell's $24.9 billion leveraged buyout last year.
In a discussion held at the Best of Breed Conference, IBM's Marc Dupaquier spoke about his vision for how the x86 divestiture, SoftLayer, Watson and more will help partners add more value to their portfolios with IBM.
Microsoft's partner program is putting the fire into partners to transform their business with robust sales growth in the fast moving cloud market.
If your sales team isn't adding power solutions to the bottom of every quote, they're leaving money on the table for one of your competitors, according to Eaton's Jeff Kennedy.
The more nimble and consultative approach means Axispoint decides for itself what business it wants to pursue, and which opportunities aren't in its wheelhouse.
Future Tech's sales and marketing approach sounds distinctly traditional, and Venero wouldn't have it any other way.
Save the Date: The 2015 Best of Breed Conference will be October 12-14, 2015, at the Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress in Orlando.
Making the transition to cloud services is tough, but it paid off big time for Microsoft partner Rosebud Technologies.
Cisco Systems sees a massive opportunity for its channel in the emerging Internet of Everything, but urged partners this week not to try to seize it alone.
Instead of trying to juggle existing businesses while transitioning to cloud, the leaders of VARs trying to make the change should start brand new companies.
Ohanian says a decline in entrepreneurship is at the heart of the current economic weakness.
Dell's CEO sits down with The Channel Company CEO Robert Faletra. Dell also dished on public cloud and entering the mobility space.
In an effort to keep up with the pace of transformation in the technology industry, IBM is trying to bring its partners around to focus on high-value recurring revenue software and services business.
As the industry faces all sorts of changes, who is really feeling the heat? It isn't the solution providers, it's the clients, leading solution provider executives said at the Best of Breed Conference in Orlando, Fla.
Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman and Dell CEO Michael Dell are set to speak before channel partners at next week's Best of Breed Conference. The planned fireside chats come at a time when the IT landscape faces major changes.
"Don't you wake up every day wondering what is going to happen next?" Solution providers attending the BoB Conference say the split up, spin out frenzy that is sending ripples through the channel is just beginning.
Partners realize they aren't simply being asked to adapt, they've got to utterly transform.
CompuCom's transformation will be the subject of Dixon's talk at the Best of Breed Conference next week in Orlando, Fla.
Innovation and disruption aren't simply going to arrive at solution providers' doors in a box, ready to unpack.
David DeCamillis has in just three years grown the Denver Biz Tech Expo from infancy to the Mountain West's can't-miss tech event.